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    Hopscotch was an original operatic experience that unfolded inside 24 cars and at sites around Los Angeles in 2015. Presented on a USB key so you can plug it into your car and create your own Hopscotch experience, this album offers a comprehensive view of Hopscotch. Featuring live and studio recordings of music by Veronika Krausas, Marc Lowenstein, Andrew McIntosh, Andrew Norman, Ellen Reid, and David Rosenboom.
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Hopscotch was an original operatic experience that unfolded inside 24 cars and at sites around Los Angeles in 2015. Presented on a USB key so you can plug it into your car and create your own Hopscotch experience, this album offers a comprehensive view of Hopscotch. Featuring live and studio recordings of music by Veronika Krausas, Marc Lowenstein, Andrew McIntosh, Andrew Norman, Ellen Reid, and David Rosenboom, with additional music improvised by gnarwhallaby.

This recording -- which alternates between live and studio recordings, and between brief excerpts and full scenes -- offers a new way to experience Hopscotch: with a sense of totality and a "beginning-middle-end" dramaturgy that was never part of the original intention of the work. We hope this document offers listeners a sense of the range and scope of the work as a whole, as well as the individual contributions from six of Los Angeles’s most innovative composers.

The download and USB key includes a special digital booklet that features: libretto, photos, text by the creators and producers, plus an introduction by Alex Ross (The New Yorker, The Rest is Noise).

Hopscotch Track List:

1. “To Find the Center” (Excerpt), Chapter 36 (Norman)
2. Chapters 1-3
3. "Lucha's Quinceañera Song”, Chapter 4 (Rosenboom)
4. Chapters 5-7
5. “Jameson and Lucha in the Park”, Chapter 8 (Lowenstein)
6. “Never the End”, Chapter 9 (McIntosh)
7. Chapter 10
8. “Floats the Roving Nebula”, Chapter 11 (Reid)
9. Chapters 12-14
10. “Is All Time Simultaneous?”(Excerpt), Chapter 15 (Krausas)
11. Chapters 16-20
12. “Despair”, Chapter 22 (Reid)
13. Chapter 23
14. “Strange the Way”, Chapter 24 (Mcintosh)
15. “Looking Backward”, Chapter 25 (Krausas)
16. “Hades”, Chapter 26 (Rosenboom)
17. Chapters 27-30
18. “Lucha and Orfeo”, Chapter 31 (Lowenstein)
19. Chapters 32-35
20. “To Find the Center” (Excerpt), Chapter 36 (Norman)

credits

released January 13, 2017

Music by Veronika Krausas, Marc Lowenstein, Andrew McIntosh, Andrew Norman, Ellen Reid, and David Rosenboom

Additional music improvised by gnarwhallaby

Text by by Tom Jacobson, Mandy Kahn, Sarah LaBrie, Jane Stephens Rosenthal, Janine Salinas Schoenberg, Erin Young

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Produced by The Industry
Concept and Direction by Yuval Sharon
Music Direction by Marc Lowenstein
Executive Producer Elizabeth Cline
Performed in Los Angeles, California October - November 2015
Produced, Mixed and Engineered by Lewis Pesacov (except where noted)
Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles CA
Recorded November 2015 - September 2016

Hopscotch recording was sponsored by the Lenore S. and Bernard A. Greenberg Foundation

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An independent label creating high-quality recordings of The Industry’s productions and diverse projects that share the spirit of our organization. We strive to be an artist-friendly label: all artists and creators receive royalties from the first album sale. The Industry Records is an extension of our mission to find new pathways to support, document and disseminate contemporary operatic works. ... more

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